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Now Sezza or Sesse; an ancient town of Latium in the east of the Pomtine Marshes. It was celebrated for the excellent wine grown in its neighbourhood, which was reckoned in the time of Augustus the finest wine in Italy (Mart.x. 36; Juv.x. 27), and was called vinum Setinum. See Vinum.

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